Can't view Mac address-table on switches in Cisco Network Assistent
In our company we have a network with 6 normal switches with software version: "------ --UNIVERSALK9" and one Coreswitch with software version: "12.2(55)SE10-IP-BASE-CRYPTO"
When I try to view the mac-address table from the core-swtich in CNA I see all of the connected mac-addresses. But when I try to see the mac-address table of any other switch I get this error below. Our login credentials are level 15 and I tried to reinstall them on level 15 but this didn't worked out.
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